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Sleep and immune system


ūüĎČWant to boost your immune system?

ūüĎČMake sure that you have good quality sleep!

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Chronic sleep loss decreases the body’s production of protective cytokines, lowering the body’s response to infection and increasing our vulnerability to disease.

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The body’s immune response is regulated by cytokines, which act as signaling molecules in immune system and the brain.

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‚ŹįThere‚Äôs a significant body of research to show that immune function is tied closely to the body‚Äôs 24-hour circadian clock. When sleep is deprived, this cycle is weakened and disrupted, and the immune system suffers.

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One of the best ways to stay healthy is to simply get adequate sleep on a regular basis. Practice good sleep hygiene to support healthy sleep and a strong immune system:

‚úĒÔłŹMaintain a consistent sleep and wake schedule.

‚úĒÔłŹAvoid alcohol in the last hour before bed.

‚úĒÔłŹAvoid stimulants like caffeine up to 8 hours before bed.

‚úĒÔłŹDon‚Äôt use screens for an hour or two before sleep.

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‚ĚóÔłŹYou can find out more about the ways to improve your sleep in our webinar which soon will be available on our webiste.

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